RoboBusiness Features Robotics Stimulus Pricing

Robotics Trends and EH Events announced special Robotics Stimulus Pricing for the 6th Annual RoboBusiness Conference and Exposition, the international business development event for the personal, service and mobile robotics industry. RoboBusiness Conference and Exposition takes place April 15-16, 2009 at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, Massachusetts.

“Robotics Trends is mindful of the challenges faced by many companies given the current economic state of affairs,” says Dan Kara, chairman of the RoboBusiness Conference and Exposition. “In response, we have created special ‘Stimulus Pricing Packages’ to make it easier for more robotics and business professionals to participate in the event.”

STIMULUS PRICING OFFERS

$95 COLLEAGUE CONFERENCE PASS
Once an attendee has registered at the full Conference Pass price of $995, additional colleagues may register for only $95 each (a savings of $900 per colleague).

CONFERENCE PASS SAVINGS FOR ACADEMICS
Members of the academic community – students, researchers, and educators – save even more with the first Conference Pass priced at $395 and additional colleagues at the $95 Colleague Conference Pass rate.

DISCOUNTED EXPO PASSES
Expo Pass pricing has been discounted to $25 (regularly $75). The price for Expo Passes is free for all academics.

“Momentum in the personal, service and intelligent systems industry continues to build, even in the face of demanding economic times,” says Jim Wagner, General Manager of EH Events. “With the announcement of the Robotics Stimulus Pricing, Robotics Trends is working to continue that growth path so that the robotics industry is well positioned for faster expansion as the world economy builds.”

RoboBusiness has garnered support from the world’s leading robotics vendors, associations and media channels including: Founding Sponsor, iRobot; Premier Sponsor, The Technology Collaborative; Breakfast Keynote Sponsor Microsoft; Silver Sponsors ADVANCED Motion Controls, Braintech, Inc., CCS Robotics, DeVivo AST, Inc., DMP Electronic Inc., Elmo Motion Control, Energid, Foster-Miller, GEMCITY Engineering & Manufacturing, Hagisonic, Hokuyo, Holland and Knight, LLP, Quanser, RoboSoft, Schunk, SRI, Versalogic Corp.